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Utility is a fundamental to Artificial Intelligence because it is the means by which we evaluate an agent's performance in relation to a problem. To distinguish between the concept of economic utility and utility-based computing functions, the term "performance measure" is utilized. The simplest way to distinguish between a goal-based agent and a utility-...


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MOEAs sounds very cool, but I feel that you can't really talk about conflict in AI without discussing generative adversarial networks (GANs), which have been shown to have amazing performance by training a model to say detect in-between pictures of cats and dogs and an adversarial network being trained to create pictures to attempt to trick the training ...


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There are multi-objective optimization problems, where the objective functions may be in conflict with each other, which can potentially have multiple Pareto-optimal solutions. The paper Multi-objective optimization using genetic algorithms: A tutorial (2006) gives a good overview of the multi-objective optimization problem with genetic algorithms, which can ...


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Model means you can say a Prototype we make regarding to our task. As we first train our model on some observed or you can say bench-marked data ; called as TRaining phase of model. Then we apply that model to our problem (test data) you can say in order to evaluate how much well you have trained your model. Training data we use related to our task or use ...


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Why do you want to think of these algorithms as agents? An agent is an abstract and higher-level concept than the concept of an algorithm, which is just a set of instructions. You could have two agents, one that is supposed to find the minimum spanning tree and another that is supposed to find the shortest path between a source and goal nodes. In both ...


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My thoughts. The short answer is: you can't. The long answer is that since we're searching for a new definition of a term when removing a necessary (in my opinion) precondition for it to exist, the question becomes "can you make up a new definition for what you intuitively and empirically understand as intention, while removing free will from the ...


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